Introduction

The fan is located in the base of the humidifier. It is used to evaporate the water present in the reservoir. If the heating filament and the valve are both functioning properly but still no vapour is being produced, then one might have a faulty fan. This guide demonstrates the way to replace a faulty fan.

Remove the top cover of the humidifier by pulling upwards.
  • Remove the top cover of the humidifier by pulling upwards.

Add Comment

Grip the dial from the front of the device and gently pull it away to remove it.
  • Grip the dial from the front of the device and gently pull it away to remove it.

Add Comment

Remove the blue water tank of the humidifier by pulling upwards.
  • Remove the blue water tank of the humidifier by pulling upwards.

Add Comment

Use a PH1 screwdriver bit and 150mm extension to unscrew the four screws from the bottom cover. Use a PH1 screwdriver bit and 150mm extension to unscrew the four screws from the bottom cover.
  • Use a PH1 screwdriver bit and 150mm extension to unscrew the four screws from the bottom cover.

Add Comment

Remove the blue plastic top by pulling upwards on the middle notch.
  • Remove the blue plastic top by pulling upwards on the middle notch.

Add Comment

This is where the fan is located. Carefully remove the fan from its compartment.
  • This is where the fan is located. Carefully remove the fan from its compartment.

  • At this stage, you may remove the pin connector of the fan from the printed circuit board. However, it may be difficult to pull the pin. We recommend removing the printed circuit board for more clearance during removal.

  • Remove the screws on the printed circuit board using the same PH1 driver.

Add Comment

Grip the fan's connector located on the printed circuit board and pull it away from the connector (see second picture). Grip the fan's connector located on the printed circuit board and pull it away from the connector (see second picture).
  • Grip the fan's connector located on the printed circuit board and pull it away from the connector (see second picture).

Add Comment

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

2 other people completed this guide.

Yash Chari

Member since: 02/15/2017

228 Reputation

2 Guides authored

Team

USF Tampa, Team 8-5, Eyestone Spring 2017 Member of USF Tampa, Team 8-5, Eyestone Spring 2017

USFT-EYESTONE-S17S8G5

4 Members

4 Guides authored

0 Comments

Add Comment

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 0

Past 7 Days: 0

Past 30 Days: 3

All Time: 60